NFL Blitz 2001 (Sega Dreamcast, 2000)
The third NFL Blitz title on the Game Boy Color features roster updates, new plays, and an added mini-game mode, while the same "No... Read More
The third NFL Blitz title on the Game Boy Color features roster updates, new plays, and an added mini-game mode, while the same "No Refs, No Rules, No Mercy" is once again incorporated. Before playing, users can select from any of the NFL teams with ratings based on the 2000 season. <br><br>Modes of play include the Arcade Mode, which pits two teams together for a one-time grudge match, and Season Mode, which lets you embark on a 17-week season and into the playoffs if you can win nine games. From the options menu, users can select one of two camera views and the game's length, ranging from one-, two-, or four-minute quarters in addition to a fast or normal clock speed setting.<br><br>During offensive play, users can set men in motion behind the quarterback and activate turbo for the player carrying the ball. Catching multiple passes in a row for positive yardage gains can make a player "On-Fire," increasing the likelihood of making future catches, completing passes or avoiding tackles. Defensive play is much the same in that it involves switching players, activating turbo, and making tackles by either running into the player carrying the ball or pressing a button to dive after the player.<br><br>Kicking field goals involves finding the correct combination of distance, short or long, and direction, left, center, or right, on the Kick meter at the right of the screen. For those having difficulty mastering the technique, a Practice option is available from the main menu.<br><br>There is also the option to enter three character codes, using one of the buttons along with a direction on the control pad. Correctly entered codes can provide users with numerous advantages, including faster players and additional playbook pages. NFL Blitz 2001 also features a password system so players can resume their seasons at a later time. Minimize
Product Review Summary
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Nov 5, 2000
The Most Addictive Football Game Ever
Pros: Fun, Easy to Learn.
Cons: Takes up too much space on VMU Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 27, 2000
If you've never played blitz, buy it!
Pros: fast and fun
Cons: same old graphics Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 24, 2001
Revenge Football 2001
Pros: Beautiful weather effects. Still FUN!
Cons: Bland graphics.
When you got it, you got it! Fortunatley, Midway is still improving on the original. Read More at Epinions.com
May 28, 2001
broken thumbs "R" us
Pros: Fast action football
Cons: game locks up about every 15 games. Get's annoying quick
NFL blitz is the NBA Jam of the football gaming world. Give it a shot, you will be playing for weeks. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 24, 2000
Lightning Speed Sets Your Hair on Fire!
Pros: graphics, gameplay, multiplayer
Cons: slight learning curve Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 15, 2000
Blitz 2001 Brings Arcade Football Home
Cons: Loading Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 18, 2000
Oct 2, 2000
Not that big of a difference from Blitz
Pros: graphics, sound
Cons: gameplay Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 22, 2000
NFL Blitz 2001: Sim or Arcade? Even this game doesn't know!
Pros: Decent graphics; good stat tracking; Create-A-Player
Cons: Generic game overall; poor gravitation from arcade to sim Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 16, 2000
NFL BLITZ THE WORST OF THEM ALL
Pros: NFL I DON'T THINK SO
Cons: NEVER NEVER Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 21, 2000
Pros: fast action, good hits
Cons: annoying announcer, average graphics Read More at Epinions.com